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January 06, 2017 at 5:32 am

New York State Senator Tony Avella thinks our homeless problem is getting worse, taxes are growing too high, and the quality of life is fading, and he wants to do something about it. In fact, he wants to unseat Bill de Blasio as mayor to make these problems go away. He’ll be here with his plan to fix what he thinks is broken in New York City.

Russians expelled from Long Island in the wake of the election hacking scandal. We have the latest on this drama playing out on the North Shore. Then, if you’re all about the next must have gadget and can’t afford to get out to the Consumer Electronics Show starting today in Las Vegas: fear not. We’re going to take you there and preview the latest that technology has to offer.

Finally, we’re headed to the heights, Jackson Heights that is, for an intimate look at the people and the dreams that make that neighborhood a special part of New York City.

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January 05, 2017 at 6:29 pm

New York State Senator Tony Avella thinks our homeless problem is getting worse, taxes are growing too high, and the quality of life is fading, and he wants to do something about it. In fact, he wants to unseat Bill de Blasio as mayor to make these problems go away. He’ll be here with his plan to fix what he thinks is broken in New York City.

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January 05, 2017 at 5:42 am

Tonight, an LIRR train came off its tracks at the busy Atlantic Station terminal in Brooklyn at the height of today’s morning rush hour. We have the latest on the incident that injured over one hundred commuters, it’s a pristine piece of New York that is being hotly contested. Just where will you stand on the Boreas Ponds debate? We have the details, and NYC Winter Jazzfest begins tomorrow. If you’re in need of something to warm you up during the coming arctic blast, fear not: hot jazz is on the way. We have a preview of the NYC Winter Jazzfest, which will scat around the city from January 5th through January 10th.

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January 04, 2017 at 5:32 am

Tonight, the Second Avenue Subway is up and running after decades in the making and around $4.5 billion spent. We’re going underground with amNY to learn what it means for straphangers.

Next, with just weeks until the inauguration of Donald Trump, FRONTLINE looks at the man who went from real estate mogul and reality show host to the presidency. Then,

racial bias in New York’s prison system. An investigation and it’s sobering findings from New York Times reporters Michael Winerip and Michael Schwirtz. Finally, filmmaker Sidney Lumet made magic on the silver screen. Tonight, we’ll take a look at the man behind the camera and a true American Master who brought us classics like 12 Angry Men and Dog Day Afternoon.

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